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Determined to conquer his longtime and paralyzing fear of water, Sam signs up for swim lessons at the community pool. But a computer glitch has put him into a class of 5 year old beginners. To add insult to injury, his instructor, Lilly, is adorable and pushes all his buttons. But she wants nothing to do with him. Lilly has learned the hard way that loving a handsome rich guy is the path to heartache, and she knows for a fact that he sends flowers all over town. NO flowers for her. Can Lilly get over her "fear of flowers"? And can Sam get over his aquaphobia? Will they both learn that letting go and trusting is the key to intimacy and love?
Cindy Castle's life is a fine juggling act-raising her orphaned niece and nephew in northeast Philadelphia, embracing her job as a children's librarian, and keeping alive her dream of becoming an author of children's books. She has NO need for a prince to charge into her life with promises of easy castle life. History has shown this "Cinderella" that all fairy tales don't have happy endings.
Princeton Edmund Highfield III isn't a knight on horseback, he's one of Philadelphia's elite. His version of "horsepower" comes in the form of a snazzy Aston Martin, the same model of car that James Bond drives. Is Prince out of his mind, chasing after this daring woman with a ready-made family who is absolutely not impressed with his status of society's most eligible bachelor? What must he do to prove his love is real and sincere, and that their story can have a happily ever after ending?